Most Wis. school unions survive re-certification elections, can continue to negotiate wages

  • Article by: TODD RICHMOND , Associated Press
  • Updated: December 19, 2013 - 7:55 PM

MADISON, Wis. — Scores of school worker unions mustered enough member votes in this year's re-certification elections to go on representing the employees in wage negotiations, according to data state labor relations officials released Thursday.

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georgestollDec. 19, 13 4:32 PM

What is news about this? This process is exactly what Gov Walker wanted to achieve. He was not trying to get rid of Unions, he only created a system where wage and salary decisions are all made locally and unions don't get a lifetime contract to represent their members, but need to re-elected annually. In politics we call it term limits, like our president position has today.

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